By Alyse Whitney Whether you're making pasta sauce, soup, or shakshuka, one can really does rule them all. In our dreams, fields of vine-ripe tomatoes line every sidewalk, pots of water are already boiling
Leave it to America's Test Kitchen to come up with the best burger-making technique. It begins with freshly ground meat. I've never attempted to grind my own meat before, as I don't have a meat grinder,
Most creatives, from painters to photographers, will have come across the Rule of Thirds at some point. Anyone who deals in producing visually appealing work will have had this golden guideline pushed
The revolution demands: Rise up. And desks heed the call. Enough of sitting idle, standing still, holding steady at 29 1/2 inches above the carpeting. Now: They rise. Which comes as a surprise to the worker.
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It may be difficult to find fresh udon for this homey Asian-inspired soup, but 1 lb. (500 g) dried udon can be substituted. Just follow the cooking instructions on the package. You can also use fresh egg
When there's an unshakeable chill in the air, ramen will comfort you. We think they (whoever they are) got the saying wrong. An apple a day doesn't keep the doctor away, but a bowl of ramen sure will.
We never thought to roast ginger. Now that we have, there's no turning back. When it comes to ginger, we usually do one of two things: peel and purée it or peel and chop it. That's about it. The flavor
An earthy and spicy rub pairs with a fruity and sweet sauce to give these ribs a complex, layered flavor. [Photographs: Joshua Bousel] Ever since taking up competition barbecue, I've become obsessed with